When you start wearing hearing aids, you may be worried about this foreign device being added to your life. But just like any new daily regime, wearing, cleaning, charging and storing your hearing aids will soon be habitual.
Today's hearing aids have transformed into intuitive extensions of an individual, which act more like a limb of the body than an external device. With extended connectivity to everyday appliances, such as alarm clocks and doorbells, as well as to phones and TV, modern hearing aids make living feel more comfortable than ever before. Find out what you can expect as you adjust to wearing hearing aids in your everyday life.
If your hearing loss has reached the point that hearing aids are an option for you, it’s important that you have a good understanding of their capabilities. Hearing aids, regardless of style or technology, can never replace normal hearing in all listening environments. Expecting unrealistic results when wearing hearing aids will only lead to frustration and dissatisfaction.
Here are some guidelines that will help set these expectations and allow you to be free to enjoy the benefits that hearing aids can bring to your life.
At Miracle-Ear, we have the same goal as you: hearing better days. Your hearing goals are important to us and we’re with you every step of the way as you adjust to wearing your hearing aids. Discover how hearing aids can help you live independently.
Investing in hearing aids is an amazing and commendable step towards taking charge of your hearing health care. However, it shouldn't stop there. There are so many things you can do to get the most out of your new hearing devices, including properly caring for them and seeing your hearing care professional for routine checkups. Also, it may seem obvious, but make sure you're actually wearing your hearing aids for all of your favorite activities! Follow our hearing aid maintenance checklist for even more tips.
For long life hearing aids, take care of them following our advice: Protect and clean your hearing device and ask our expert audiologists for repair and checks.